Data & Analytics

Oregon automates hospital capacity data analysis

The Oregon Capacity System allows any health system in the state to visualize occupancy by type and location in real time.

Emerging Tech

6 tech trends defining future cities

Sustainable neighborhoods, a supercharged infrastructure and inclusive innovation that strikes back at surveillance capitalism will shape the future of urban technology, a new report says.

Tech advances, continuous training build contracting compliance

Applying new technologies and incremental training will help agencies increase their overall compliance with evolving requirements and focus their training processes where the need is the greatest.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Driving AI innovation through a National Research Cloud

The NRC will provide affordable access to high-end computational resources, large-scale government datasets in a secure cloud environment and a close partnership between academia, government and industry.

Cybersecurity

DOD launches 'continuous vetting'

In a partially automated process, continuous vetting checks a variety of data sources and flags employees’ concerning behavior or circumstances as part of the security clearance process.

Data & Analytics

County DA pilots race-blind charging algorithm

Using software developed by the Stanford Computational Policy Lab, the Yolo County, Calif., District Attorney’s Office is studying whether its decisions to charge an individual with a crime are influenced by race.

Data & Analytics

Real-time intelligent software can help the VA save lives

Software powered by clinical and administrative business intelligence thats allow real-time monitoring and timely action can help prevent veteran suicide.

State & Local

Artificial intelligence can help highway departments find bats roosting under bridges

Bridge inspectors will test whether an AI-based screening tool can help identify and document the presence of bats with greater confidence.

Data & Analytics

How the pandemic transformed citizen service

Besides ramping up automated online services, many agencies gained deeper insights into what citizens really needed.

Emerging Tech

Why agencies need low-code application development right now

Empowering developers with low-code application platforms and a robust software architecture will help them deliver innovation, application modernization and more agile compliance.

Public Safety

Napa County installs AI-based early fire detection

The pole-mounted artificial intelligence-based system uses optical and heat sensors to detect and analyze smoke plumes that indicate fire.

Data & Analytics

Analytics platform surfaces insights from regulatory documents

An open-source project that collects, quantifies and visualizes federal and state regulatory text allows policymakers to analyze the data when making decisions on regulations.

Cybersecurity

Feds are increasing use of facial recognition systems – despite calls for a moratorium

Until facial recognition technologies are better understood, their use in consequential applications should be halted until they can be properly regulated.

Public Safety

How the Deepfake Task Force can improve the emergency alert system

Standards established by the Deepfake Task Force will enable the creation of a more powerful, flexible and reliable emergency alert system that can create messages in hundreds of languages and dialects – via text, audio or video.

Emerging Tech

Can digital twins add value to undersea drone missions?

DARPA wants to know how digital twins of unmanned undersea vehicles can overcome communication challenges to improve fleet operations.

Data & Analytics

Transit agencies can test drive work-zone data service

Agencies can apply for a free three-month license to Nexar’s CityStream service that delivers crowdsourced dashcam data for insights into how work zones affect traffic and safety.

Cloud & Infrastructure

FedRAMP leans into OSCAL for streamlining authorizations

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program is pushing adoption of the Open Security Controls Assessment Language to enable automated reviews.

Public Safety

AI on the line: Monitoring prisoners’ phone calls for criminal intent

Speech-recognition technology, semantic analytics and machine learning can flag phone calls in near real time that contain conversations that point to violence or criminal behavior.

Cloud & Infrastructure

How machine learning is helping us fine-tune climate models to reach unprecedented detail

Machine learning algorithms can predict data missing from satellite observations and develop realistic, high-resolution climate models.

Cloud & Infrastructure

Wisconsin clears UI backlog with cloud-based AI

Working with Google Cloud, the state was able to clear its bottleneck of unemployment insurance claims, leverage predictive analytics to speed response time and screen out fraudulent claims.

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